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of milk and plenty of sex. what about that for a recipe or lifelong? >> it's obviously worked. i bet her blood pressure would be on the low side. >> can we stay off blood pressure? >> looking at places where people live a long time, the story resonates. social structure around them, family with them here today and ability to make peace with what's going on in your life and then physical activity. and sex does count. >> i'm 48 and since i've gotten to my late 40s i have sleep problems. i wake up every night at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. i can't get back to sleep. >> i have a 1-year-old daughter who wakes up at 3:00 in the morning. for people who have broken sleep, how important is sleep? how many hours should you get? and if you can't get enough, what do you do about it? >> the number one underappreciated health problem in america is sleep issues. it drives over eating, high blood pressure. >> i can blame my 1-year-old daughter? >> assess, blame, condemn, that's what it comes down to. sleep issues, you mentioned you're awake in the middle of the night. anxiety can cause it, as we get ol
football. also tended the summer olympics in london and made a bet with former president bill clinton on the ryder cup, which he paid up for, by the way. this year i talked to the biggest names in sports about what it takes to be the very best and what it feels like to be a world champion. >> what a moment for you, huh, the green jacket. can i touch it? >> go ahead. >> how does it feel? >> feels nice. >> how does it really feel to be bubba watson right now? >> it's overwhelming, people like yourself wanting to talk to me. for me to come to new york and do these interviews and meet you for the first time, it's a special time. >> why have you given me the big, exclusive interview. somebody has told me a rather unnerving reason why. >> because when you were on this other show, "america's got talent," you were a [ bleep ], so i wanted to come here and make fun of you just like you make fun of everybody else. >> i heard that's a reason. that's genuinely why, isn't it? i'm a [ bleep ]. >> exactly. >> i don't care how we got you here. i'll take it. >>> how hard is it for people who have been
done three times. i can bet you today, ali, republicans have kicking themselves for not taking the deal that was on the table a year and a half ago where the president offered $3 in spending cuts for of dollar of revenue. they're not in the position for republicans to being demanding that now. democrats will make the tough decisions. president obama have said that. they understand that spending cuts do need to happen and reducing the debt and deficit is absolutely a priority for them as well as for their voters, but i think they're in a very strong position going into that to do it in a way that is fair, balanced, and in a way where the most vulnerable americans will be the ones that will be hurt the most. >> for those of you who just joined us, the house has passed the bill, the final tally is 257 in favor, 167 against. markets around the world are reacting to this. the major markets that are open are australia and south korea. australia is up about 1.9%. south korea about 1.4%. that might be a harbinger about what they're going to see. they're tallying up and doing procedural stuff. w
, i'm willing to bet you there's a direct relationship between those kids who came from homes with no dads and the fact they committed crimes. >> i'm sure -- >> may i finish? >> you may. >> one of the things i write about in my book "dear father dear son" is there's a direct correlation about not having a father in the house, dropping out of school, going on welfare, being unemployed. don't even quote people like heritage foundation. let's talk about people like tupac shakur. let me finish. he said if i had had a father in the house, i would have had more discipline and more confidence. you're ignoring what the real issue is here. >> let me jump in because here is my point. what you're trying to make me believe is there's not really a gun problem. there's a social problem involving the lack of fathers -- >> that's right. >> in homes. it doesn't explain why the gun murder rate has plummeted in los angeles, which has just as much gang crime, you know. >> it's all over the country. plummeted all over the country because we're putting bad people behind bars longer. >> why don't yo
in that audience, piers, perhaps thought he was making a play for the next four years, piers. >> i bet. i'm just surprised the president himself wasn't there to sing a bit of al green with smoky robinson. suzanne, thank you very much. coming up, a rare appearance, my exclusive interview with three people that know president obama better than almost anybody else, the inner circle and never, ever sat down to give a joint interview until now. >>> it's historic weekend. live pictures there of a dazzling scene in washington, d.c. and i've got a bit of history, too. exclusive interview with three people that helped president obama win the second term, three of the very closest advisers. former senior adviser david axelrod, ken messina. they have never, ever sat down together for a joint interview on television until now. enjoy this. >> welcome to you all. this is a rare political event. a piece of history. the three of you have never given a joint television interview. >> i think you should go to the smithsonian as long as we're in washington. put it right in the vault there. >> it is a big day for th
, no smoking, very little alcohol, and plenty of sex. what about that. >> it's obviously worked. i bet if i took mimi's blood pressure, it would be on the low side. >> stay off of blood pressure. >> go around the world and see where people live a long time, mimi's story resonates. the ability to make family. make peace with what's going on in your life and then physical activity and sex does count. that comes up over and over again. that's sort of a bar am tom ter whether you are healthy enough. >> your problem is about sleep? >> i'm 48 and since i got into my late 40s, i have started having sleep problems. i wake up at 3:00, 4:00 in the morning and i can't get back to sleep. >> i wake up because of my 1-year-old daughter at 3:00 in the morning. how important is sleep? how many hours can you get? if you can't get enough, what can you do about it? >> the number one appreciated problem in america is lack of sleep. >> i can blame my 1-year-old daughter. >> assess, blame and condemn. sleep issue, you mention you are awake in the middle of the night. anxiety can cause it. we need to go to the ba
. is that a good bet? >> mark that on your fiscal calendar. when jessica said to us the deal with the sequester, which has been the big open question. remember house republicans' questioning of this. when that gets moved to february, we're doing this all over again. maybe there's a chance to get our deficit and debt in line. the downside, we're going to be playing with fire again walking right up by the edge of the cliff. >> the tax rate and how much you tax, that was actually never really a grand bargain kind of discussion. that was oh, guys, you say 3, we say 4, whatever. the real challenge is all of the low hanging fruit for cutting spending is gone. you know, mitt romney talked about big bird and pbs during the debate and people laughed. it wasn't that laughable. it's one of the bigger things left you can cut. you can cut amtrak. there aren't a lot of things that are billions of dollars in the budget you can cut. you need to cut things that hurt, that people care about. >> the deal with the sequester cuts was half out of defense, half out of discretionary spending. that's where entitlement
is your money going? >> i can't bet, so my money isn't going anywhere. >> metaphorically. i'm teasing. ravens, 49ers, who will take it? >> two good football teams. look at it on paper, i think looking at it right now the 49ers will win the game. >> dove campaign, being comfortable in your own skin. tell me briefly about that? >> dove men plus care. a campaign, journey to comfort. feeling comfortable in your own skin. i enjoyed it. three different spots, one about dancing and embarrassing my kids, as well as the play, which was -- when i was at stanford and the way i walk and it was kind of funny, unique look at me on the other side and to mess with me, you know, myself, tell people what i was all about. >> are you comfortable in your own skin, john? >> i am. >> most sportsmen find it very hard when they give up the high pressure intensity of nfl. have you come to terms with not being able to be out there? >> that takes a while. everybody that walks away from the game of football, especially if they played for a long time, played since we were youngsters, hard to walk away, and an adju
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